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to start out by telling everybody penn line service has been disrupted between martins airport and perryville. you want to keep that in mind for your travel plans. also a pretty serious accident, the cleanup continues in annandale inside the beltway right here at route 236 at ravensworth. a couple of cars. some injuries as well. i'll show what you it looks like from our sky 9 right now. the cleanup is continuing. it looks like the tow truck has arrived on the scene. and it looks like actually traffic is beginning to get by. just be aware there could be residual delays from this accident on route 236 here in the center of annandale. back over to our maps this time to the south side of town. no issues to report on 95. things look great dale city to woodbridge. we'll take a live look outside in spring field. a few brake lights coming up to the beltway. i'll be back with more coming up at 6:11. >> see you then. >>> later today a judge is going to sentence former penn state football coach jerry sandusky. >> the 68-year-old sandusky maintains his innocence following his conviction ea
recorded a three-minute statement aired on the penn state radio station. sandusky was convicted on 45 child sex charges but he insists he did nothing wrong. >> the young man was a dramatic veteran accuser, started everything. he was joined by a well orchestrated effort of the media, the system, penn state, psychologists, civil attorneys and other accusers. they won. >> reporter: sandusky said the court system did not give his legal team adequate time to mount a defense. he's expected to say much of the same when he speaks in court tuesday. >> he wants to let everybody know that he still maintains his innocence and that he's going to fight for a new trial. >> reporter: but sandusky won't be the only voice in court. several of sandusky's victims are expected to make statements at his sentencing hearing, including the young man known as victim number five. >> my client knows what happened in that shower back in 2001. >> reporter: sandusky faces a maximum of 442 years in prison and is expected to spend the rest of his life behind bars. he says he plans to appeal. randall pinkston, cbs news, bel
:08. >>> former penn state assistant coach jerry sandusky faces sentencing today for child sex abuse. >> his lawyer says sandusky plans to tell the court he is innocent. kristin fisher is live in the satellite center. she's previewing the hearing today. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. jerry sandusky did not testify at his june trial but he is expected to speak today at his sentencing. he's expected to proclaim his innocence. in fact yesterday he even called in to a penn state radio station to essentially sort of give a preview of what he's going to be saying today in court. here is just an expert from that recording. take a listen. >> they could take away my life. they can make me out as a monster. they can treat me as a monster but they can't take away my heart. in my heart i know i did not do these alleged disgusting acts. >> reporter: keep in mind that 68-year-old former football coach has already been convicted on 48 counts of child sex abuse but sandusky says he want as new trial. he says the judge denied his legal team adequate time to mount a defense. he also accuses one of h
is scheduled to begin tomorrow. the tomorrow mer penn state assistant coach was convicted last spring of 45 child sex abuse charges. he could spend the rest of his life in prison. after he is sentenced, sandusky's first stop will be camp hill state prison. that is where he is going to undergo testing and classification. there are also lawsuits filed by his victims against penn state. they are expected total in the millions of dollars. 9news now will have complete team coverage of the sentencing coming up. >>> police in alexandria are investigating the city's latest murder. 30-year-old marks ides died after some sort of trauma to the body. police found just before 2:00 sunday morning. >> we have to wait to determine cause and manner of death but we know there was trauma to the upper body. we just don't know exactly what caused it or if anything else is involved. at this point in time, the detectives do have a great deal of information. we are not necessarily seeking information but if you have it, by all means please do send it to us. >>> police have not named a suspect or motive in this cas
parishes until he had abused 25 boys. and he says penn state did the same for sandusky. >> we saw today in the sentencing what a creep jerry sandusky is. what a dark heart he has. how cold and calculating he is. and penn state had that insight and they had firsthand accounts of his abuse, yet they took no action. they covered it up. >> a perpetrator alone is a menace to society, but an institution that protects him is even worse. in d.c., bruce leshan, 9news now. >> the rpetrator admitted his abuse in court. it was long after the statute of limitations had expired. >>> tonight, we are hearing from the family of one of the vic victims of the sex offender. hear more at wusa9.com. >>> campaign 2012 sits back to ohio with visits from both presidential candidates today. mitt romney set to attend a rally tonight. that is after spending the morning over in iowa. about a half hour ago, president obama finished speaking with students at ohio state. today is the last day for ohio residents to register to vote. and battleground, virginia, will play host to governor romney this friday. that's wh
if i had to guess, given all the mandatories that apply. >> the former penn state coaching legend and founder of the second mile charity for at risk children faces a minimum of ten years in prison and a maximum of more than 218 years. his lawyer met with sandusky two hours ago. >> he's in an upbeat mood. he wants to move on with his case so he can appeal. so, he's really been upbeat. surprisingly upbea knowing what he is facing with a lengthy sentence. >> we believe he deserves the maximum. not so much to be punitive, honestly, but to be preventive. >> late today, workers put up a cover over the back entrance of the courthouse. to help shield the victims expected to testify. >> how many victims will speak tomorrow? >> uld be as many as a half a dozen, we'll see. depes on how they feel and how they respond to the moment. >> the full truth about the coverup at penn state isn't yet known. so it is really crucial that the justice system keep moving forward both civilly and criminally. because the only way to prevent these kinds of horrific crimes and coverups in the future is by
penn state coach. elizabeth palmer takes us inside the compound in libya where the u.s. ambassador died, in his own bedroom. and byron pitts with angels in overalls. >> reporter: how do you see these women? are they girlfriends? neighbors? >> they're my heroes! (laughs) captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening. as of today we are down to the final four weeks of the presidential campaign. the focus is narrowing, not just to the nine battleground states but to one in particular-- ohio, which could tip the balance on election night. first the big picture. nationally, the latest gallup poll shows mitt romney leading president obama 49% to 47%. that spread is within the margin of error, so it's essentially a tie. in ohio, new polling today shows this: pollster a.r.g. has romney up by one point, 48% to 47%. but a cnn poll has the president up by four, 51% to 47%. either way, it's an improvement for romney who was falling well behind in ohio until last week's debate. both candidates were in ohio today where this is the last day to re
penn state assistant football coach and charity founder, jerry sandusky. in june, a jury convicted sandusky of 45 counts of child sex abuse. andrea mccarren is live outside the center county courthouse where a judge will hand down the sentence tomorrow. andrea. >> reporter: lesli, there are two key questions this evening. one, what will jerry sandusky's sentence be? and two, what will he say in court tomorrow? >> you guys -- >> prosecutors emerged from a late afternoon meeting with judge john cleland, with new information about the significant number of potential victims who will take the stand. >> could be as many as half a dozen, we'll see. depends on how they feel and how they respond to the moments. >> although the 68-year-old sandusky did not testify at his june trial, he is expected to speak at his sentencing hearing tomorrow. >> i anticipate he is going to say he is innocent and he wants to repeal his trial and work on getting a new trial. >> sandusky's own lawyers are predicting a harsh sentence. >> best case scenario would be a 30 year sentence if i had to guess, gi
and a detroit mafia captain. >>> a former penn state graduate student who testified he saw jerry sandusky showering with a boy in 2001 is suing penn state. mike mcqueary is seeking millions of dollars in damages. he claims his treatment by the university has caused him distress and embarrassment. mcqueary was put on administrative leave in november. his contract expired in june. sandusky was convicted of molesting boys but maintains his innocence. >>> a food alert that can make your stomach turn, but this next story will really gross you out. a chinese restaurant in kentucky accused of serving up road kill. you heard me right. road kill. in fact, a customer saw them hauling in a dead deer during lunch and quickly called 911. >> there was like a tail this big, a fuzzy tail and a leg sticking out of a garbage can. they were wheeling it in really quick like trying to hurry. one of the other employees were like mopping up the blood dripping out of the garbage can on to the floor. >> i knew that food didn't taste quite right. the sheriff said he's not sure if the restaurant has done it before
conduct, and resisting arrest. jerry sandusky facing sentencing on tuesday. the former penn state assistant coach was convicted last spring of 45 separate child sexual abuse crimes. he could spend the rest of his life in prison. whatever the sentence, sandusky's first stop will be the camp hill state prison where he will undergo testing and classification. lawsuits filed by his victims against penn state university are expected to climb well into the millions of dollars. 9news now will have complete coverage of tuesday's sentencing. >>> a fate with an acquaintance leaves an alexandria man dead tonight. police were called to the 5400 block of broadmoor street in franconia. they say a 30-year-old man died as a result of trauma. >> we do to have wait for the office of medical examiner to determine cause and manner of death but we know there was trauma to the upper body. we just don't know exactly what caused it or if there was anything else involved. that's part of what needs to be investigated. at this point in time the detectives do after great deal of information. we're not necess
abusing children while he was at penn state. >>> the former assistant football coach recorded an audio statement from his jail cell. in it he maintains he's innocent. he says his victims are liars and blames his conviction on a well ork straight conspiracy involving the victims, the cops, penn state and the press. >> they can take away my life, treat me as a monster but they can't take away my heart. in my heart, i know i did not do these alleged disgusting acts. >> he also imglies he's going to appeal his conviction, but appeal or not, a judge will sentence sandusky tomorrow on those 45 separate child sexual abuse charges. that sentence could exceed 400 years behind bars. and you can hear more of sandusky's statement. go to our website, wusa9.com, and be sure to join us tomorrow when andrea mccarren will be at the sentencing and bring us all the reaction. >>> when you get on the metro tomorrow, your ride may come with a side of what some say is hate. a new ad hits stations. debra joins us with the ad. >> reporter: you're going to watch the next minute and a half. it's going to be the
. the former penn state assistant coach was convicted last spring of 45 child sexual abuse crimes. he could spend the rest of his life in prison. his first stop will be camp hill state prison where he will undergo test comping classification. there are lawsuits also filed by his victims against penn state. they are expected to total in the millions of dollars. >>> a fight with an acquaintance leaves an alexandria man dead. police were called to the 5400 block of broadmoor street sunday morning. they say 30-year-old mark ives died as a result of some sort of trauma to the body. (audio difficulty) (audio difficulty) (audio difficulty) (audio difficulty) >>> you'll be able to use your mobile wallet at starbucks. the seattle-based company has teamed with technology start up, it will roll-out a new mobile payment app. the downloadable app can be linked to a credit or debit account. the company will also add a tipping app available by next summer. >>> for all you late night drinkers, dozens of dc bars have been given the okay to stay open until 4:00 a.m., two hours later than usual. a new city po
. >> the former penn state assistant football coach was convicted in june of molesting ten boys over 15 years. >> he denies the abuse, blames the victims, but claims his love for his wife. >> they can take away my life. they can make me out as a monster. they can treat me as a monster, but they can't take away my heart. >>> hope is not a strategy. >> governor romney offering his severest critique yet of what he called the president's leading from behind. >> president obama is losing by one point. >> the united states is within striking distance of its missiles. >> 23 miles above roswell, new mexico, felix hopes to become the first man to break the speed of sound in a free fall. >> at the end of the day, if something goes wrong, i have to feel for it. >> amateur bullfighters, their bravery was conceded only by their alcohol consumption. >> in belgium, a professional soccer player crashed his car into a store. one man got hurt. >> this is not a game of tag. this man is actually trying to get away from a very angry stag at a london park. >> and the series is tied at a game apiece. game over. car
coming. former penn state football coach, jerry sandusky, will be sentenced tomorrow. according to his lawyer, sandusky will speak in court and proclaim his innocence. he'll be sentenced on 45 counts of child sex abuse. he could face 442 years in prison. sandusky has been in isolation ever since he was convicted back in june. he spends his days exercising and reading and playing solitary. sandusky has been preparing the statement for his sentence. >>> we are now exactly one month away from the election. the latest polls show a tight race between president obama and mitt romney. today, romney was visiting cadets at the virginia military institute where he promised to strengthen america's defense. he says president obama has failed to lead on the world stage, especially in the middle east. >> it is clear that the risk of conflict is higher now than when the president took office. >> polls show voters favor president obama when it comes to foreign policy. he is campaigning in california today. that's where he dedicated a national monument to latino labor leader, cesar chavez. >> he bel
again. thank you for joining us. i'm jc hayward. >>> former penn state football coach jerry sandusky will mostly die in prison. the 68-year-old convicted sex offender was sentenced today to at least 30 years in prison. a judge handed down the sentence this morning in bellfont, pennsylvania. andrea mccarren is there live. >> reporter: that sentence me down after a heartbreaking and emotional testimony from four of sandusky's victims, three of them right in the courtroom. one by one they detailed his abuse, his betrayal and the man he inflicted on their lives and on their families. one victim testified, quote, he called it horseplay and only later did i understand this was sexual assault. i'm troubled by flashbacks of his naked body. it is real. it is painful. and will be inside me forever as an open wound. he took away my childhood the day he soughted me. -- he assaulted me. then jerry sandusky stood wearing an orange jail jumpsuit and addressed the judge, his voice choked by tears. quote, i'm filled with emotion and determination. i didn't do these alleged disgusting acts. we will co
of the former penn state coach's sentencing. they are meeting with prosecutors and the judge in the case for some pretrial motions. sandusky was found guilty on 45 counts of child sex abuse earlier this year. he faces life in prison at tomorrow's sentencing. >>> well we should know more later today about just how bad that concussion is for robert griffin 3. the quarterback was knocked out of yesterday's game during the third quarter. an examination at the stadium revealed he had a mild concussion. >> he wasn't sure what quarter it was, at that time when he wasn't really sure what his score was, what quart it was, we knew he had a mild concussion -- what quarter it was, we knew he had a mild concussion. >> he will be reexamined today. >>> the nationals are looking to take a two game lead on the defending world series champs today. they face the st. louis cardinals in the second game of the national league division series this afternoon. it begins at 4:30. >>> and the baltimore orioles will try to tie up their series against the new york yankees tonight beginning at 8:00. the o's lost sun
outlay of the martin o'malley, robert ehrlich campaigns in 2006. penn national is fighting a proposal to develop a casino at prince georges county. >>> more problems tonight for the former d.c. council chair, kwame brown. kwame, or should i say, mr. brown has been placed under curfew and ordered to make weekly visits with court officials. that court order comes earlier today. brown resigned last june after pleading not guilty to bank fraud and a campaign violence. he is not putting himself in the best position ahead of his sentencing and warned him not to tempt fate. and howard brooks should learn his fate tomorrow. brooks was the former campaign consultant who admitted he funneled funds to former friends candidate, sulaimon brown. it was all part of a campaign designed to improve gray's chances in the election. brooks pleaded guilty to obstruction of justice last may. >>> a new study finds americans are losing their religion. this according to a new forum on religion in the public life study that says the number of people identifying themselves was under 50%. 48%. that's the first ti
. >> the "philadelphia inquirer" says former penn state assistant coach mcqueary is suing penn seat. he claims his reputation was harmed and penn state unfairly let him go. "usa today" reports the economic downturn may not be the only reason for america's declining birth rate. the number of u.s. births have been declining since 2007. last year the number of babies born to teenagers and women in their 20s hit record loss. analysts say the economy doesn't affect teen pregnancies which are usually not planned. >> the "wall street journal" says beer sales are back. another sign we're emerging from the recession. beer shipments rose nearly 2% in the first eight months of this year after falling three straight years. this national weather report sponsored by citi private pass. get more access with a citi card. >>> a man accused of a $100 million charity fraud called himself bobby thompson and mister x. fingerprints reveal he's been a fugitive since the 1980s. >> we love catching people that don't think they can be caught. >> this morning we'll have john donald cody's story and show you how united states
smuggling operation. >>> the former penn state graduate assistant who testified that he saw jerry sandusky showering with a boy back in 2001 is now suffering the university. mike mcqueary is seeking millions of dollars in damage and claims the treatment by the university since last november has caused him distress and embarrassment. he was put on administrative leave in november and his contract expired in june. sandusky was convicted of molesting boys but maintains he's innocence. >>> jimmy hoffa's remains are not under the driveway of a michigan sur bub ban home -- sur bush ban home. hoffa disappeared in 1975. the day he disappeared he was supposed to meet with a teamsters boss. >> do they fix that guy's driveway or do they just leave? i don't know. >> there's an app for that. >>> 4:38. morning fog is expected to clear by the afternoon. howard is back in two minutes with a look at the forecast. >>> at 4:42. samsung can claim a victory over apple inside the u.s. >>> new research subjects fewer teenagers are getting behind the wheel drunk. >>> we're back in two minutes with your weather fi
and classification. there are lawsuits filed against penn state and they are expected to total into the millions of dollars. >>> time right now, just about 5:06. earnings season gets underway this week and the aluminum company, alcoa, will kick things off tomorrow. analysts expecting profits at united states companies to fall 1.5%, the worst performance since 2009. the investors keeping an eye on a big anniversary, five years ago this week the dow hit a record high of 14165, less than a year before the financial crisis of 2008. here's where we stand today. the dow is at 13610 after climbing 35 points friday, nasdaq down by 1. s & p 500 was down by half a point. >> a perfect storm of events, making gas prices sky high in california. a recent fire at a refinery, combined with a power failure at another plan and a pipeline shut down led to supply shortages on the west coast. the average price for a gallon of gas in california right now $4.4, that makes it -- $4.49, that makes it the highest in the nation. here at dc $3.73. >>> still ahead, voters in venezuela give their president six years more in
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